Curtis Mann

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Arts of Mirolli  
Stefan Annerel, Jo Hormuth, Curtis Mann at Kusseneers Gallery December 1st, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 11/17/11
    My mame is Miroslav olickov and nick name-Mirolli.I was born in Nis, Serbia and finish High scool of Art in Nis for five years andafter that I going in Academy of Art in Macedonia in Skopje for another three years.I work in all Art tehniqes but I prefer oil on canvas. I have many exibitions in all former Yugoslav repablic and sale my arworks in more Europian countries and in USA,Canada,Australia and in much more countries around Globe. I making pictures for over 40  years and steel... [more]
Re-Heating Tips   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
lément Bagot, steven bindernagel, Ajit Chauhan, Gustavo Diaz, Curtis Mann, Justin McAllister, Todd Norsten, William Powhida, Jonathan Rider, Rebecca Salter, Mathias Schmied, Lauren Seiden, Julianne Swartz, Jill Sylvia, Ana Tiscornia, Daniel Zeller at Josee Bienvenu Gallery June 30th, 2011 - September 3rd, 2011
Posted 8/21/11
Formally, what the sixteen artists of microwave,  have in common is the use of grids or grid-like structures in creating works of detailed complexity. The grid can be seen as a means of arranging sensory and abstract experiences into a system of information that the human mind can absorb and understand. In this light, a traditional painting can be defined as a locus of visual and tactile data contained on the surface of a tabular rectangle. A ledger is a grid format that arranges information... [more]
Photography for Now   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Matthew Albanese, Jowhara AlSaud, Jeremy Kost, Mark Lyon, Curtis Mann, Cara Phillips at Winkleman Gallery May 7th, 2010 - June 12th, 2010
Posted 5/23/10
        American ReConstruction kicks off the season of group exhibitions with a collection of work by six young photographers on the amorphous subject of reconstruction. A fair portion of the participants can be singled out for their unique practice, which ultimately questions the authority of the photographic medium itself.  Perhaps the most visible artist of the group is Curtin Mann, who is currently featured in The Whitney Biennial with a wall-size photomontage.  He begins his process... [more]
MP3 II   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Curtis Mann, John Opera, Stacia Yeapanis at Museum of Contemporary Photography July 17th, 2009 - September 13th, 2009
Posted 8/31/09
      The three approaches to photography taken by the three photographers currently on view in the Museum of Contemporary Photography’s (MoCP) exhibition “MP3II” demonstrate the breadth of current practice, sometimes even spilling over into realms one may not consider wholly photographic. On view is work made in the tradition of American Transcendentalism (John Opera); work that addresses the conflicts in the Middle East (Curtis Mann); work that mines pop culture hits like Dawson’s Creek... [more]
NEW YORK TIMES — Penelope Green  
Marc Baruth, Matthew Baum, Antony Crossfield, Odette England, Steve Hanson, Doug Keyes, Curtis Mann, David Trautrimas at KLOMPCHING GALLERY March 5th, 2009 - April 24th, 2009
Posted 3/5/09
NEW YORK TIMES, March 4, 2009 Household Appliances Inspire an Artist's Vision of Home — Penelope Green "David Trautrimas, a 30-year-old Canadian artist, takes apart old kitchen mixers, hole punchers, waffle irons, staplers, vacuum cleaners, coffee machines and other household objects; photographs the pieces; and then “reassembles” them digitally, into what he calls “Habitat Machines.” With their industrial steampunk aesthetic and looming, animated postures, his machines would fit nicely into... [more]
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